How to Solve “Access Denied” on a Hard Drive

Resolution To resolve this issue, go to the Windows Explorer and follow the below-mentioned steps. Right-click on the inaccessible hard drive. Click Properties. Go to the Security tab, and then click Advanced. Click ‘Edit’ by going to the Owner tab. Modify the ownership of the desired account. Alternatively, you can also try the following option […]

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3 Ways to locate your Phone when it’s on Silent Mode

  Let’s assume after the day’s work, you arrive home hours later after a meeting and you don’t seem to find your phone, You may have earlier set your phone on silent mode because you don’t want to be disturbed. You used a friend’s phone to call your number but no phone rings. Has my […]

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Turn your iPad or iPhone into an awesome portable games console

  We review the innovative Gamevice controller, which snaps firmly onto your iPhone, iPad Mini, iPad Air or iPad Pro and adds joypad controls and buttons for all of your gaming needs. We’ve reviewed a fair few mobile games controllers here at Recombu, which connect via Bluetooth to your iPhone, iPad or Android device and […]

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Study: Third-Party Apps Pose Risks for Enterprises

Since mobile computing put an end to the good old days when IT departments had absolute control over software deployed in the enterprise, there’s been a rise in employees’ use of third-party applications, a rise that poses security risks to corporate environments. The number of third-party apps connected to corporate environments increased by 30 fold over […]

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Google Makes It Easier to Do the 2-Step

Google on Monday began rolling out a new two-step authentication feature, Google Prompt, targeting enterprise employees. The new option consists of a pop-up that displays a mobile user’s name and profile image, and that specifies the location and device involved in the attempted sign-in. The device owner is asked whether to allow or deny the […]

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Bluetooth 5.0: everything you need to know

The group in charge of Bluetooth development has announced that the 5 specification of the technology is going to be unveiled next week, on the 16 June. Shortly afterwards, it should start finding its way into your phones, laptops and car stereos. We’ll have to wait until the launch event to get the full rundown on […]

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You can do much more with Google’s new Android Wear 2.0

Google’s Android Wear operating system for smartwatches is 2 years old, and it still hasn’t caught on with consumers as well as the Apple Watch has. But the company is hoping to change that with the biggest update to the OS to date: Android Wear 2.0. The new OS offers a number of improvements over […]

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Microsoft last week announced that Windows 10 was running on 300 million PCs and reminded customers that its free upgrade offer would end July 29. After that date, the price to upgrade to Windows 10 Home will be US$119. “We’re pleased to see Windows 10 become one of the largest online services in less than […]

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For all of LG’s crazy ideas for the future, the tech giant is most impressed with its Twin washing machine, which does two loads at the same time. You put your biggest load of dirty laundry into the main washer, and below there’s a separate, smaller washer that pulls out like a drawer for the second […]

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Chromebooks could soon run millions of Android apps

Chromebooks could soon run millions of Android apps

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